Valencia from 20 to 22 March 2013
3rd Iberian Gravitational-Wave Meeting 2013

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Thursday 21 March, 2013 11:30 to 12:00 Conference
Binary Black Hole Gravitational Waves: Simple or Complex?
Speaker: Deirdre Shoemaker, Georgia Institute of Technology, Associate Professor

Authors: Deirdre Shoemaker

When the first gravitational waves from coalescing black holes using numerical relativity were published, many of us noted the apparent simplicity exhibited by the quadrupolar waveform. This was substantiated by the degree to which the numerical-relativity and post-Newtonian waveforms agreed. However, as numerical relativity has explored the diverse black-hole parameter space, we have seen indications of more interesting waveforms. In this talk, I will discuss the potential for complications to arise in the waveforms and the potential ramifications on their use for gravitational-wave detection and parameter estimation.
Morning Sessions
Place: Salon Grados

Other activities in Morning Sessions
12:00 h. to 12:30 h.Conference

Magnetized Accretion onto Inspiraling Binary Black Holes.

Speaker: Bruno Mundim, AEI, Postdoc
10:00 h. to 11:00 h.Conference

Using numerical relativity to explore fundamental physics and astrophysics

Speaker: Luciano Rezzolla, Albert Einstein Institute
11:00 h. to 11:30 h.Coffee break

09:00 h. to 12:00 h.Conference

Modelling Gravitational Waves from Black Hole Binaries

Speaker: Sascha Husa, A
12:30 h. to 13:00 h.Conference

Models of Black-Hole Accretion Tori as Remnants of Neutron-Star Mergers

Speaker: Oliver Just, Max-Planck Institute Astrophysics

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